Theo Greenly

poll worker

Guest

Theo Greenly on KCRW

After months of negotiations, it seems likely that the Los Angeles teachers’ union is headed toward a strike in January.

What do you want to know about the looming LA teachers strike?

After months of negotiations, it seems likely that the Los Angeles teachers’ union is headed toward a strike in January.

from Curious Coast

Nobody had heard of Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis when they opened an Italian restaurant in an industrial corner of the Los Angeles Arts District back in 2012. Menashe had…

Bestia’s Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis on their new cookbook

Nobody had heard of Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis when they opened an Italian restaurant in an industrial corner of the Los Angeles Arts District back in 2012. Menashe had…

 Sheriff Jim McDonnell conceded his bid for reelection against retired Sheriff’s Lieutenant Alex Villanueva, marking the first time in over a century that an incumbent sheriff has…

A new sheriff in town

 Sheriff Jim McDonnell conceded his bid for reelection against retired Sheriff’s Lieutenant Alex Villanueva, marking the first time in over a century that an incumbent sheriff has…

from News Stories

More from KCRW

Journalist Abraham Lustgarten and scientist-turned-activist Rose Abramoff discuss the impacts of climate research on human migratory patterns and activism.

from Life Examined

Councilwoman Natalie Rubalcava faces a recall just a year into her term over accusations of corruption in Anaheim.

from KCRW Features

Historian Hadley Meares looks at how Hollywood sips cocktails on the big screen.

from Good Food

In this episode of Scheer Intelligence, host Robert Scheer is joined by author Natalie Foster, president and co-founder of the Economic Security Project, a network dedicated to…

from Scheer Intelligence

After she became a mom, journalist Angela Garbes shifted her focus from food to the invisible, unpaid labor that goes into raising children.

from Good Food

Santa Ana voters will decide whether to extend voting rights in city elections to non-U.S. citizens in November.

from KCRW Features

Good Food earned a nod for our episode, "The life and times of Lalo García." Several recent Good Food guests also received nominations.

from Good Food

Are threats to a free press signs of bigger issues in Israel? Did Kristi Noem risk a shot at becoming VP to troll the left? Plus, we discuss bias in political satire.

from Left, Right & Center

KCRW examines the political response to Donald Trump’s guilty verdict. What impact will it have on undecided voters and the public’s faith in the judiciary?

from Left, Right & Center